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Charleston Mayor Danny Jones sits down with host Bray Cary to share his reaction to his son Zach's drug arrest.

President and CEO of Brickstreet Insurance, Greg Burton stops by to talk about transforming a broken workers compensation system into a model for the rest of the nation.

The Governor's Chief of Staff, Rob Alsop updates us on the progress of the make-or-break education reform bill that could have a lasting impact on the Mountain State.

West Liberty University Professor Serkan Catma, PhD. discusses about a fascinating jobs and education survey.

And finally, Dr. Rahul Gupta of the Kanawha-Charleston Health Department stops by to talk about the devastating superbug that has invaded this state with overwhelming force and why we might be powerless to stop it.